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Negative Zone


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.55 | 49 ratings

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3 stars Wow! I don't think I've ever heard a band that isn't Pink Floyd sound so much like Pink Floyd. The only distinctions between Negative Zone and Pink Floyd are the different vocalists and the modern production of the former. The music sounds the same, the vocal styles are the same, the atmosphere is the same, it's crazy. While most listeners will find this striking similarity to be a problem, I don't, at least not entirely. Negative Zone may not be original or essential listening, but they do provide a set of enjoyable songs on their self-titled debut. Insatiable Pink Floyd fans may find this to be a suitable replacement for a new Pink Floyd release that will probably never come. That isn't to say that this album is on the same level as the glorious 1971-1977 Pink Floyd releases; it's definitely not as profound, provocative or powerful. But, with rich textures and atmosphere, plus a little bit of humor and flute peppered in throughout, Negative Zone is worth a listen by anyone at all interested in Pink Floyd or psychadelic/space rock music. Some may not be able to get over the sound and some just may not be captivated by it, but some will find certain pleasure.
Moatilliatta | 3/5 |


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